imem | imem 是important和emergent的开头两个字母

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imem is a JavaScript library. imem has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

imem 是important和emergent的开头两个字母

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              imem has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 11 star(s) with 4 fork(s). There are 1 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              imem has no issues reported. There are 2 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of imem is current.

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              imem has no bugs reported.

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              imem has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

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              Without a license, all rights are reserved, and you cannot use the library in your applications.

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              imem releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.

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            Community Discussions


            How can I convert a bitmap to pure black and white with OpenCL
            Asked 2021-Feb-15 at 21:07

            I've got a WPF - C# project and I'm trying to speed up the image processing I'm doing in there; by doing it using OpenCL and Cloo.

            I did manage to get a kernel working that can change a bitmap to grayscale, but for some reason the black and white kernel I've made only outputs a completely black image.

            Here's my kernel .cl code :



            Answered 2021-Feb-15 at 07:12

            read_imagef returns color/alpha values in the range [0.0f, 1.0f] and not [0.0f, 255.0f]. This means you have to set:



            Why Program Counter in RISC V should be added by 4 instead of adding 0 or 2
            Asked 2020-Sep-16 at 09:10

            Why PC in RISC V architecture connect with PC+4 instead of PC+2 or PC+1. I think it depend on the width of memory cell of the Instruction Memory (IMEM). If the width is 16 bits, then we need to load two adjacent addresses to fill 32 bits instruction or if the width is 32 bits, we only need to load one address to take the full instruction.



            Answered 2020-Sep-16 at 09:10

            RISC-V deals with everything in byte addresses (from page 19 of the ISA manual: "RV32I provides a 32-bit user address space that is byte-addressed and little-endian"). So when using byte addresses, it makes sense to think of the PC as incrementing by 4, as each of the RV32 instructions are 4 bytes.

            When we say RISC-V increments the PC by 4, what that means is that for any given byte address X of a 32-bit RISC-V instruction, the next instruction will begin in memory at address X+4. (Note that when using compressed instructions, which are 16 bits / 2 bytes, the PC is incremented by 2).

            An IMEM read width of 16 bits means 2 reads from IMEM are necessary to get a full instruction, and an IMEM read width of 32 bits means only 1 read from IMEM is necessary to get a full instruction. But these are implementation considerations, not an ISA considerations -- you could hypothetically implement an ISA-compliant RISC-V processor with either type of IMEM.



            JQuery Invalid or unexpected token and wait for loop to finish first
            Asked 2020-Jul-24 at 12:55




            Answered 2020-Jul-22 at 04:22

            First, you have an extra u200b character. And second, you can use setTimeout function.



            How to access VHDL signal attributes in ModelSim via TCL?
            Asked 2020-Mar-10 at 17:32

            I am developing a CPU in VHDL. I am using ModelSim for simulation and testing. In the simulation script I load a program from a binary file to the instruction memory. Now I want to automatically check if the program fits into memory and abort simulation if it doesn't. Since the memory is basically an array of std_logic_vectors, all I would have to do is read the corresponding signal attribute for use in a comparison. My problem is: How do I access a VHDL signal attribute in TCL inside ModelSim?

            The closest I have gotten so far is to use the describe command:



            Answered 2018-Nov-12 at 16:57

            Disclaimer: I'm not a Tcl expert, so there's probably a more optimized solution out there.

            There's a command called examine that you can use to get the value of obejcts.

            I created a similar testbench here with a 256 x 32 array, the results were



            What does "Addresses are for individual bytes (8 bits)" mean?
            Asked 2019-Sep-24 at 07:20

            Can someone explain this for me?

            Addresses are for individual bytes (8 bits)

            I have pasted the entire paragraph below:

            The MIPS has a 32 bit architecture, with 32 bit instructions, a 32 bit data word, and 32 bit addresses. It has 32 addressable internal registers requiring a 5 bit register address. Register 0 always has the the constant value 0.

            Addresses are for individual bytes (8 bits) but instructions must have addresses which are a multiple of 4. This is usually stated as “instructions must be word aligned in memory.

            Link to pdf:


            In the code below, I don't understand IMem[i] = bitset<8>(line)



            Answered 2019-Sep-24 at 02:06

            explain this “Addresses are for individual bytes (8 bits)” for me?

            It means that size of a byte is 8 bits. Two adjacent addresses will be 8 bits apart. A 32 bit word consists of 4 bytes.

            Furthermore it means that - even though address operands of instructions must be aligned to a 4 byte boundary as explained in the following sentence - each byte has a unique address.

            By unique address, do you mean unique 5 bit values?

            No. The memory addresses are 32 bit values.

            where are addresses usually saved?

            Where-ever any values are saved. In the given description, two possible places have been described: In memory, or in a register.



            My decrypted password is 1 character to short
            Asked 2017-Apr-02 at 21:05

            So I have this encryption / decryption code:



            Answered 2017-Apr-02 at 21:05

            Your using statement will make sure that the stream gets closed and therefore flushed automatically. Unfortunately you retrieve the ciphertext / plaintext from the MemoryStream before that.

            Don't use PasswordDeriveBytes, especially not for more than 20 bytes, it's insecure. Rather use `Rfc2898DeriveBytes.


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